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Conflict Management in Higher Ed Report
Volume 5, Number 1, Sept 2004

Conflict Lab's Rotunda
wins Apple Design Award

Apple Computer hosted their annual awards ceremony June 29 at Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco as part of the World Wide Developers Conference. They awarded the 2004 Apple Design Award for Best QuickTime Content for Education to my Michigan colleagues at Conflict Lab, Inc. for their Conflict Lab Rotunda. The Rotunda is an optional module in the newly released Elysia Worldview Dispute Simulation. The Elysia dispute simulation seeks to merge online gaming with conflict resolution education.

The Rotunda is an interactive 3D building on 4 floors with music and animations about the Elysia conflict and characters.


Key Features:

360 QTVR navigation
Interactive map with fly-ins from an aerial view to 5 sites
QuickTime video along Pacific Coast Highway
Elevator animation transitions
Personality Type Indicator
Immersive music


People interested in learning more about Conflict Lab can look for them in the exhibitors area of this year's Association for Conflict Resolution conference in Sacramento.


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